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THERE IS STILL TIME TO PARTICIPATE!  Please forward to your colleagues 

2004 InfoVis contest: www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/iv04contest/
Submission deadline: June 21st

The InfoVis Contest is a special participation category of the:
  IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization 2004 
  Austin, Texas, USA October 10-12, 2004 http://infovis.org/infovis2004/


The goal of the contest is to promote the development of benchmarks for
information visualization and establish a forum to advance evaluation
methods.
In 2004 the IEEE Information Visualization conference will be
celebrating its tenth anniversary, a perfect time to select the history
of the field as the theme. The contest encourages visualizations that
support :
- discovery and identification of major research topics, 
- relationships between members of the community, 
- trends over time, etc.

All categories of competitors (academic and commercial) may participate.
We especially encourage student and class submissions. The dataset and
tasks are available from the Web site listed below. Submissions consist
of a two page summary, a video, and additional webpage. First place and
second place entry authors will present at the conference. All materials
will be made available after the conference in the Information
Visualization Benchmark Repository.

Important Dates
Deadline for submission: June 21, 2004
Acceptance notification: August 2, 2004
Conference: October 10-12, 2004

Contest chairs
Jean-Daniel Fekete, Georges Grinstein and Catherine Plaisant
For more information: www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/iv04contest/
 

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